Laurence Marchini, Editor, writes:
We see from your search that you're looking for information on the term "TFT display", and we have a large number of manufacturers' news releases and technical articles here on Electronicstalk which will be of interest. Let me be your guide.
Start with the news release Projected capacitive touch panel joins TFT options from Varitronix UK, which we summarised at the time by saying "PCTP touch interfaces operate through a glass or other overlay, allowing the sensitive touch surface to be well protected from the surrounding environment". A couple of weeks before, we featured the news release VGA-resolution module has long-life backlight from Hitachi Europe - Display Products Group: "5.7in TFT display with LED backlight delivers crisp, bright images in Windows CE environments and other high-resolution applications".
In January 2008, we covered the news from Varitronix UK concerning its 3in WQVGA HFFS TFT display - take a look at Wide-screen TFT looks good from any angle which says: "High-aperture-ratio fringe field switching is a new development in TFT technology that enables displays to be viewed at almost 180 degrees in both axes".
Take a look also at the news release from Xilinx, Low-cost FPGAs suit vehicle displays, as well as Oscilloscope handles long and short-term events from TTi (Thurlby Thandar Instruments), and Microprocessor integrates floating point and more from Renesas Technology Europe.
News on the GDS 70-inch TFT display from GDS (October 2007)
G-Bond technology reduces overall system reflection to less than 2%, enabling complete sunlight readability without the need for increased display brightness
Spectrum analyser covers popular wireless bands (September 2007)
Portable RF spectrum analyser has a frequency range from 1MHz to 2.7GHz at a selling price of GBP 995
LCD module is bright choice for automotive designs (August 2007)
High-definition wide-screen TFT LCD module offers enhanced visibility with improved brightness and contrast for automotive instrument panels
Display brings VGA resolution to handheld devices (August 2007)
The compact Hitachi TX14D14VM1BAA provides customers with a 640 x 480 VGA resolution display to view clear, bright, colourful images in all lighting conditions
TFTs are flexible about plastics and backlights (July 2007)
TFT display modules allow the customer to specify the redesign of the plastics and the backlight to accommodate specific mounting and backlighting requirements
LCD module integrates long-life backlight (July 2007)